QWICK KURB, INC. is the leading global manufacturer of lane separator systems because our raised curb channelizing systems are effective, low-cost, highly durable.
As a result, we help traffic engineers achieve results.
Channelizing System Choices
For over twenty years, QWICK KURB INC. has remained focused on engineering raised lane separator systems for the most grueling environments.
Qwick Kurb Traffic Lane Separators
Meet MASH or NCHRP 350 TL-3 eligibility requirements
Interlock together similar to a portable concrete barrier
Can be installed fully anchored, semi-anchored or unanchored
Traffic Lane Separator
A traffic Lane separator should include a continuous curb for channelizing traffic and heavy duty delineation to help guide motorists safely through traffic. The QWICK KURB® Continuous Curbing Systems meets all the criteria, therefore it is ideal for harsh environments such as work zones and narrow medians. Moreover, Large formidable delineators on top of the raised continuous curb clearly defines the intended travel path and increases motorist compliance. The system will provide superior channelization in all weather conditions, even snow.
Traffic Lane Separators ARE IDEAL FOR
Railroad Quiet Zones
Interstate Work Zones
QWICK KURB | The longitudinal channelizing barricade
WORK ZONE CHANNELIZATION
THE CHANNELIZER DESIGNED FOR THE DEMANDS OF THE WORK ZONE
Vertical Median Separators
Most importantly, the QWICK KURB Lane Separator System addresses the need for high target vertical elements. A unique two-part vertical, with rebounding support from a double-walled flex boot, allows installation of large, easy-to-see markers. Channelizers are available in heights from 28" to 43" and can be ordered in panel or bollard form.
QWICK KURB, the channelizing curb system
Make a Raised Curb Connection
Just like anchoring barrier wall, a secure connection between modules is essential. Molding a heavy duty hook into the Continuous Base Longitudinal Channelizer ensures units do not become disconnected. Installations as far back as 1997 with heavy truck ADT, are still solidly in place with no re-anchoring needed.
Two Tier Profile
Traffic engineers want motorists to recognize the raised profile of the curb at night as well. Reflectors attached only on top of the curb would actually mislead motorists to believe that they were seeing a flat surface, so a profiled reflective device was developed and installed at intervals of less than one meter. The seven cat's eye reflectors facing motorists in each arc-shaped device clearly show the raised profile of the curb in the dark.